Monday, October 13, 2008

Old School Barbecuing and Grilling

As the weather gets cooler it can make it a little tough to get the grill going. But don't let that stop you. In fact I was watching the Santa Ana winds whistle through the trees in my yard the other day when I noticed my Old School Grill just standing there proudly waiting to be used. Over the years I've used at least a hundred different types of grills, small ones, big ones, fancy ones, and really expensive ones. But the one grill I always go back to is my Old School Grill. I think it's because of the construction and the way that it just sort of naturally smokes the food even without having to add wood chips. My grill was constructed by my brother and after some furious negotiating, I'm sure he thinks he got the better of the deal. But let me tell you, no he didn't, I rolled away with the grill of a lifetime. I've included a two pictures of my grill for inspection.

So, I thought how great it would be to have all of you send me pictures of your favorite grill. Just send me the picture and a story about how you got it or some funny or interesting details about it and I'll place it here fo all to see.

Send me your pictures and if all works out we'll have some contests and awards for the best articles or most interesting grills.

Looking forward to all the pictures.


P.S. Some of you may say...hey Jake, your grill looks a little dirty...well that's because a really good grill gets USED! :-)


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